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08/09/2021


Some children dislike reading and avoid doing it as much as possible. There may be many reasons why that is (ranging from psychological to physical). Still, if you'd like to learn the most popular reasons and ideas on how to remedy the situation, refer to the post below.

Why Some Children Avoid Reading

Reading May Be Physically Uncomfortable

If you notice that your child squints when they read, or if they experience headaches when they do, it may be that they have an eye ailment that needs to be taken care of. To confirm this, go to a professional ophthalmologist who can check them properly.

The Material Isn't Speaking to Them

At times, it may be that the reading material offered to them isn't interesting, which results in rejection. If you suspect this is the case, take your child to a library and let them choose what they read. This will make them more eager to do so. Remember to check that the material is right for their reading level and age.

They Can't Understand the Text

Finally, your child's reading aversion may be because they can't understand the text. A complicated text, a learning disability, and/or underdeveloped reading comprehension skills may be the cause of this. For guidance on this subject, turn to a child psychologist or a professional tutor.

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